I'm literally about to pass out. I haven't slept yet because the seeing turned out to be good and the weatherman was totally wrong (forecasted clouds and chance of rain). It was clear all night.
So, here are a few images of Jupiter with the Great Red Spot making it's trek across the face, as well as one of Saturn. The highest they climbed was 26 degrees, so I'm pretty happy that I was able to capture some detail. I used a ZWO 178MM camera with a green CCD filter. Processing was quick and basic (Autostakkert, Registax, and a touch of Lightroom to lighten up a few of them). I'll probably give them more attention when I wake up later. There is such a glare on my laptop that I cannot tell how good or bad these really look. I should be able to tell later on this evening when there isn't so much light shining into this room.
It was nice to be out there for a change! The weather has been rough this year.